CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Alleged serial killer Robert G. Rembert Jr. will be back in court Thursday.
The 45-year-old was arrested Sept. 21 and is charged with murdering four people.
The bodies of his cousin, 52-year-old Jerry Rembert, and 26-year-old Morgan Nietzel were found shot to death at a Cleveland home on September 20. On June 10 the body of Kimberley D. Hall, 31, of Cleveland, was found near an open field at East 83rd Street and Gill Ave. 47-year-old Rena Mae Payne's body was found in 1997.
Since Rembert's first court hearing, the FBI has joined police in their investigation. They are now looking over routes Rembert, who was a truck driver, had taken in Ohio and Pennsylvania to see if he's responsible for any unsolved slayings.